Nautilus credit card payments are WAY too high!

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Nautilus credit card payments are WAY too high!

Postby mattd » Thu May 23, 2013 1:43 am

You know the company Nautilus. They make the Bow Flex and some other brands of home gyms.

I had used their credit card to finance the Bow Flex Xtreme 2 SE at 1600 bucks and though the no interest deal was good. Oh man was I wrong. My fault for not reading- the interest gets charged after 18 months if not paid off ahead of then. 30% rate is way higher than any other card I've got. What are the odds of moving the owed money to another card. I don't want to keep making these payments at this rate.

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Postby MemberSince99 » Thu May 23, 2013 6:29 am

I have no idea but it won't hurt to try. Yep they do that - if you don't pay in full by the time that 18 months is up they hit you with the interest from day 1.

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Postby Daniel » Thu May 23, 2013 3:46 pm

Back interest is a killer isn't it. Retailers are notorious for that sort of thing, Best Buy has a similar bit on their 0% interest offers. I wish you luck with the BT, sorry they got you with it. :(

Best of luck!

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Postby DavidNY » Thu May 23, 2013 4:54 pm

Yes, a BT is in order.

Besides the interest, do you like the Bow Flex Xtreme 2 SE?

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Postby CCG » Fri May 24, 2013 3:44 pm

Try transferring the balance from the Nautilus credit card to this sponsored 0% offer:
That way you will be paying down the debt at 0% which will be locked in for a good amount of time. Unlike the card from Nautilus, the one above is true 0% and does not use retroactive interest.

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